Your Firearms Rights Attorney Explains 2nd Amendment Rights

Connecticut offers permissive licensing and the freedom to carry nearly all non-assault weapons. So why would you need a firearm rights attorney? Find out now.

Will Supreme Court UIM Ruling Affect Personal Injury Cases?

Personal injury cases are formed on their own merits. Find out about if Supreme Court’s decision regarding underinsured motorists affects you.

What To Do If You Have Been Charged With Credit Card Fraud

The unauthorized use of someone else’s credit card or debit card is a type of identity crime.  The purpose of the crime is to fraudulently obtain goods, services or money.  Oklahoma has extensive laws prohibiting certain actions that result in … Continued

Frequently Asked Questions About Pardons in Connecticut

What is a Pardon in Connecticut?There are two types of pardons.  The first one is called an expungement pardon.  This type of pardon erases all criminal offenses on your criminal record database.The second type is called a provisional pardon.  This … Continued

When Do You Need an Attorney After a Traffic Collsion?

Being the victim of a car collision can be frightening and confusing.  Often, the timing right before a collision can feel slowed down, but immediately after, time speeds up, barely leaving you time to think.  What documents do I need?  … Continued

What To Do If You Have Been a Victim of a Computer Crime

Computer crimes can be difficult to detect, however, once they are discovered, the perpetrator could have already committed a significant amount of damage.  Computer crimes attorneys help victims that experience online identity theft, financial fraud, stalking, online bullying, hacking, information … Continued

Credit Card Fraud – What to Expect in the Courtroom

It may seem alluring to use someone else’s credit in order to obtain goods and services, however, it is a serious crime in Connecticut.  Legally, fraud involves acts of dishonesty and/or intentional misrepresentation or deception. There are several different types … Continued

Worker’s Compensation – Potential Awards and Settlements

  If you injured yourself while performing duties due to your employment, i.e. while at the workplace, driving as a condition of employment, etc., you may be entitled to a variety of benefits under Connecticut law while you are pursuing your … Continued

Using Your Permitted Pistol for Self Defense: Castle Doctrine

In Connecticut, there are different statutes for self-defense using deadly force and self-defense using ordinary force. The right to use self-defense also depends on whether the individual is protecting themselves in their business or residence. A gun rights attorney is … Continued

What is Larceny and What Happens if I am Charged with It??

There are several degrees of larceny that fall under either a misdemeanor or a felony. Depending on the amount of the item that is stolen, or the amount of money taken will classify the crime into one of these degrees. … Continued